Monthly Archives: June 2011

Netenyahu reverses ban on journalists nabbed on peace flottila, whilst his military prepare for confrontation by blaming the peace activists

Bowing to the international clamour raised by Israel’s threat to ban for 10 years any journalist caught on the 10 ship second peace flotilla setting sail for Gaza, Israeli premier Netenyahu hid behind ‘oh I didn’t know what lower level … Continue reading

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Why does the second peace flotilla set Israel’s nerves on edge?

The Israeli right wing government of ‘Bibi’ Netenyahu is getting ‘jelly in the belly’ as the day draws near for the second peace flotilla to set sail for Gaza. GuamDiary has already signaled threats from the military, the banning of journalists, … Continue reading

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Gilad Shalit & 7000 Palestinian prisoners

On year five of his capture, the Israeli is churning up its propaganda mills to tar and feather Hamas for refusing to negotiate the release of Gilad Shalit, a ‘Tsahal’ or IDF staff sargent now 24. Germany, acting as a … Continue reading

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Israel will attack and fire upon 10 ship Peace Flotilla

Israel’s warning that it will ban any journalist caught aboard the 10 ship Peace Flotilla set to sail for Gaza will not only have his or her equipment, notes & the like confiscated but equally banned from the Zionist state for 10years … Continue reading

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Trying to put an pretty face on an ugly reality in Gaza

Ethan Bronner’s ‘Building boom in Gaza’s ruins belies misery that remains’, which appeared in the Saturday 25 June 2011 online edition is the latest in an exercise to hide the ugly reality in Gaza two and a half years after … Continue reading

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Obama warns US peace activists to not join the Peace Flotilla running the Israeli blockade of Gaza

US president Barack Obama has called on the 50 or so US peace activists, sailing on its voyage dubbed ‘Audacity of Hope’ [the title of Obama’s second book] as part of the 10 ship cavalcade of vessels forming the Peace Flotilla … Continue reading

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A lost war, a lost book, a lost writer…Richard E. Kim

Penguin Classics has recently brought back to the public eye Richard Kim first and highly acclaimed novel ‘The Martyred’. After being rejected by a dozen or so publishers. George Braziller picked it up for publication in 1964. And then the … Continue reading

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